RCT has commissioned its fleet management system, SmarTrack, as the first stage of a project with materials handling specialist International Heavy Equipment in the Sultanate of Oman.
The project is a result of Oman Air SATS Cargo—the premier cargo operations handler at Muscat International Airport—upgrading to electric tow tractors and counterbalance forklifts including a Fleet Management System.
RCT, along with International Heavy Equipment which is the Oman dealer of Jungheinrich Materials Handling Equipment, successfully fitted six Jungheinrich EZS 590 Tow Tractors and 10 EFG220 Counterbalance Forklifts with SmarTrack Fleet Management.
The SmarTrack product collects and reports operational data for each machine in an entire fleet providing live data to give site managers quick access to key production and maintenance performance indicators as well as real-time notifications of heavy impacts or damage to machines.
RCT senior business development manager – Industrial, Grahame Don said the company is pleased to have successfully commissioned the product for International Heavy Equipment and in turn Oman Air SATS Cargo.
“SmarTrack will deliver significant benefits for the end user including efficiency gains for site and fleet managers, compliance from operators and cost reductions due to less machine maintenance and repair works,” he said.
The product provides for a multilingual checklist which, in this case, will be provided in English and Arabic. Mohammed Shahid said the company is delighted to partner with RCT on Fleet Management solutions. In February and again in May this year, RCT technical support manager – Industrial, Matt Ingram, and International Heavy Equipment representatives jointly delivered training on the new machines and the SmarTrack system to Oman Air SATS Cargo management and machine operators.